This is a definitely a relevant story to me at least, with everything going on in the world. I do not think it is fully trustworthy or greatly well sourced because of the fact that there are not a ton of sources used throughout this article. Also, I think this article could have been written with a lot better format. Just as a student and my experience in writing news stories and reading through NewsTrust, I can pick out parts of this article that are not correctly formatted.
Very good retelling of the incident and of what is going on in Afghanistan as of now regarding NATO turning over power to Afghan police to start patrolling on their own. However, a story about nine dead Americans could go a bit further in discussing what actions are being taken to protect our troops from these unruly Afghan policemen.
This article was short and to the point. It was very clear what happened and how it happened. But the article wasn’t full of “filler”. I also like how what the government was doing about this mishap was stated in the article. In conclusion, I think this is a good example of good journalism.
This article about an afghan pilot killing nine US trainers is short but to the point. It discusses what it was meant to discuss about the situation as a whole. It explains what exactly happened, how it happened, and what the government did in result of this mishap. I think it's a good example of journalism. It isn't too short yet isn't too wordy.